“Patronage and Clientelism.” 2020. In SAGE Research Methods Foundations. 1 Oliver’s Yard, 55 City        Road, London EC1Y 1SP United        Kingdom: SAGE Publications Ltd. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2020. “Potohari Punjabi of Pakistan.” In Native Nations: The Survival of Indigenous Peoples, edited by Sharlotte Neely and Douglas W Hume. J. Charlton Publishing. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M, and Muhammad A Z Mughal. 2019. “Cultural Models of Nature and Divinity in a Rain Fed Farming Village of Punjab, Pakistan.” In Primary Food Producers, Climate Change, and Cultural Models of Nature, edited by Giovanni Bennardo. London: Routledge. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2019. Political Kinship in Pakistan: Descent, Marriage and Government Stability. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2017. “On Brothers and Sisters: South Asian and Japanese Idea Systems and Their Consequences.” World Cultures 22 (1). Cite
Fischer, Michael, Stephen Lyon, and David Zeitlyn. 2017. “Online Environments and the Future of Social Science Research.” In The SAGE Handbook of Online Research Methods, edited by Raymond M Lee, Nigel G Fielding, and Grant Blank, 2nd ed., 611–27. London: Sage Publications, Ltd. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M, and Muhammad A Z Mughal. 2017. “Categories and Cultural Models of Nature in Northern Punjab, Pakistan.” World Cultures 22 (2). Cite Download
Powells, G., S. Bell, E.P. Judson, S.M. Lyon, R. Wardle, K.A. Capova, and H. Bulkeley. 2016. “Fostering Active Network Management through SMEs’ Practises.” Energy Efficiency 9 (3). Cite
Lyon, Stephen M, and Muhammad Aurang Zeb Mughal. 2016. “Ties That Bind:Marital Networks and Politics in Punjab, Pakistan.” Structure and Dynamics: EJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences 9 (2): 110–22. Cite Download
Lyon, Stephen M, Mark A Jamieson, and Michael D Fischer. 2015. “Persistent Cultures: Miskitu Kinship Terminological Fluidity.” Structure and Dynamics: EJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences 8 (1). Cite
Judson, E., S. Bell, H. Bulkeley, G. Powells, and S. Lyon. 2015. “The Co-Construction of Energy Provision and Everyday Practice: Integrating Heat Pumps in Social Housing in England.” Science and Technology Studies 28 (3). Cite Download
Lyon, Stephen M. 2015. “Impossible Citizens: Dubai’s Indian Diaspora.” History and Anthropology 26 (2): 260–62. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2014. “Changing of the Guard.” History and Anthropology 25 (5): 551–52. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2014. “Responses to Ageeth Sluis and Elise Edwards, ‘Rethinking Combined Departments: An Argument for History and Anthropology’, Published in ‘Learning and Teaching’ 6.1: The Choice of Interdisciplinarities.” Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences 7 (2): 84–86. Cite
Lyon, Stephen. 2014. “Review of Vora, Neha. 2013. Impossible Citizens: Dubai’s Indian Diaspora. Durham and London: Duke University Press. ISBN: 0822353938.” History and Anthropology. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M, and David Henig. 2013. “Paper as a Serious  Method  of Concern.” HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3 (3): 421–25. Cite
Fischer, M.D., S.M. Lyon, D. Sosna, and D. Henig. 2013. “Harmonizing Diversity: Tuning Anthropological Research to Complexity.” Social Science Computer Review 31 (1). Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2013. “Networks and Kinship: Formal Models of Alliance, Descent, and Inheritance in a Pakistani Punjabi Village.” Social Science Computer Review 31 (1): 45–55. Cite Download
Lyon, S.M. 2013. “Localizing the Internet: An Anthropological Account by Postill, John.” Social Anthropology 21 (1). Cite
Kastrinou, Maria, and Stephen M Lyon. 2013. Like Children’s Eyes. Vimeo. Cite
Zeitlyn, David, and Stephen M Lyon. 2012. “Varieties of Openness and Types of Digital Anthropology.” Durham Anthropology Journal 18 (2): 97–111. Cite
Ruiter, J. de, G. Weston, and S.M. Lyon. 2011. “Dunbar’s Number: Group Size and Brain Physiology in Humans Reexamined.” American Anthropologist 113 (4): 557–68. Cite Download
Bolognani, M., and S.M. Lyon. 2011. Pakistan and Its Diaspora: Multidisciplinary Approaches. New York ; London: Palgrave Macmillan. Cite
Bolognani, Marta, and Stephen M Lyon. 2011. “Being Pakistani beyond Europe and South Asia.” In Pakistan and Its Diaspora: Multidisciplinary Approaches, edited by Marta Bolognani and Stephen M Lyon, 239–55. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Cite
Lyon, S.M. 2010. “Motivation and Justification from Dreams: Muslim Decision-Making Strategies in Punjab, Pakistan.” History and Anthropology 21 (3): 263–76. Cite Download
Lyon, S.M. 2010. “Genealogy, Kinship, and Knowledge: A Cautionary Note about Causation.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (5). Cite
Lyon, S.M., and S.S. Magliveras. 2006. “Kinship, Computing, and Anthropology.” Social Science Computer Review 24 (1). Cite
Bolognani, M., and S. Lyon. 2006. “Celebrating 20 Years of the Lake District Pakistan Workshop.” Contemporary South Asia 15 (3). Cite
Lyon, Stephen M, and Michael D Fischer. 2006. “Anthropology and Displacement: Culture, Communication and Computers Applied to a Real World Problem.” Anthropology in Action 13 (3): 40–53. Cite
Fischer, M.D., D. Read, and S.M. Lyon. 2005. “Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal: Introduction.” Cybernetics and Systems 36 (8). Cite
Lyon, S.M. 2005. “Culture and Information: An Anthropological Examination of Communication in Cultural Domains in Pakistan.” Cybernetics and Systems 36 (8). Cite
Lyon, S. 2004. “Modeling Context in Punjabi Conflict Resolution: Social Organizations as Context Agents.” Cybernetics and Systems 35 (2–3). Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2004. An Anthropological Analysis of Local Politics and Patronage in a Pakistani Village. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press. Cite
Lyon, Stephen M. 2002. “Local Arbitration and Conflict Deferment in Punjab, Pakistan.” Anthropologie 40 (1): 59–71. Cite Download
Lyon, Stephen M. 1999. “’Open’Ethnography and the Internet in the Field: Increased Communications, Feedback, and ‘Usability’ Versus Technical and Ethical Issues.” JASO 30 (1): 51–66. Cite Download